The rapidly evolving trend for increased data rates in today’s and future cellular communication systems poses extreme difficulties for developers of cellular transceivers. A multitude of standards ranging from legacy 2G to the upcoming, yet to be defined, 5G needs to be supported across a broad but fragmented frequency spectrum. Higher data throughput necessitates higher bandwidths, increased number of aggregated carriers, and more complex of modulation schemes. Capable transmitters must exhibit highest in-band performance, e.g. linearity and error vector magnitude. Simultaneously, out-of-band performance, like noise and spurious emissions, is crucial to co-exist with other wireless channels, such as the transceiver’s receivers and other participants. While a “more of everything” is expected, competitive solutions for the wireless market require a constant decrease in silicon area, bill of materials, and especially power consumption.
e & i Elektrotechnik und Informationstechnik – Springer Journals
Published: Jan 23, 2018
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